CHRIST THE KING
November 21, 2021
Daniel 7: 13-14; Psalm 93; Revelation 1: 5-8; John 18: 33b-37
Jude Siciliano, OP
reflections on the Sunday scripture readings designed for persons on the run.
“Faith Book” is also brief enough to be posted in the Sunday parish
bulletins people take home.
today’s Gospel reading:
Pilate said to Jesus, “Are you the King of the Jews?” ...
Jesus answered, “My kingdom does not belong to this world.”
Jesus’ kingdom, his world, is with us now. We have, through our baptism and the
gift of the Spirit, been given the vision to see the presence of the kingdom and
its life-giving possibilities. It is a world of community, equality, respect,
and dialogue. In the kingdom, under Jesus’ rule, each person’s gifts are
recognized. The poor and neglected are empowered and no one is left out. Justice
is given to each, regardless of their political influence, race, gender, or
we ask ourselves:
here for a link to this Sunday’s readings:
FAITH BOOK ARCHIVE: